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Old 06-07-2008, 09:13 AM   #46
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Old 06-07-2008, 09:22 AM   #47
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hello,
just to say that on this uncomplete pic :



the man designated by the arrow wear a standart reversible SS parka, with autumn camo side visible.
it is clearly visible on better quality pic (for instance in the book of Jean Mabire).
the pic was taken when général Leclerc, commander of the french 2ème division blindée, met them in may 45 after their capture.
and there is at least another pic of this scene.
the 12 men were executed after.

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Old 06-07-2008, 09:23 AM   #48
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The jacket posted by charlemagneXX is most likely a civilian hunting jacket for duck hunters. I do not see a German military or Czeck military jacket in this garment at all. The style is far from the German uniform style used during the War.

My final word on this issue is that the piece that started this thread is not manufactured in Germany before May 1945 and should not be mixed with original Leibermuster garments.

All the best.
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Old 06-07-2008, 09:27 AM   #49
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hello,
just to say that on this uncomplete pic :



the man designated by the arrow wear a standart reversible SS parka, with autumn camo side visible.
it is clearly visible on better quality pic (for instance in the book of Jean Mabire).
the pic was taken when général Leclerc, commander of the french 2ème division blindée, met them in may 45 after their capture.
and there is at least another pic of this scene.
the 12 men were executed after.

derka
That's right.

I have the book myself.

About the camo you are wrong..., it's not a standard SS-Parka.

Even Zeugmeister thought, it's possible that's a Leiberversion.

There are also interesting photos on the second photo-page after page 16.
 

Old 06-07-2008, 09:30 AM   #50
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At the end of the day, the jacket you posted is still fake. Nothing about it is right, and I agree with Peter Wiking's sentiments that it probably was made for hunters.
 

Old 06-07-2008, 09:32 AM   #51
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this thread has gone too far...

Charlemagne XX, here on WAF there are many collectors with decades of experience in the field
(not speaking for myself thoug) which I highly respect and trust... they told you this jacket isn't right...and exactly what is wrong with it you want to stick with your assesment of this "unique camo variant" well it's your right to do so but please quit repeating this "checz/russian camo" and other nonsense stuff... the evidences you brought here were inconsistent and wrong both in camo patterns and year....
If you're interested I have for sale a ultra-mega rare drillich jacket in the Hello Kitty camo pattern only 6 were made for Herr Goebbels' childrens... priced 1000 euros... paypal and shipping included....
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Old 06-07-2008, 09:37 AM   #52
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The jacket posted by charlemagneXX is most likely a civilian hunting jacket for duck hunters. I do not see a German military or Czeck military jacket in this garment at all. The style is far from the German uniform style used during the War...?

My final word on this issue is that the piece that started this thread is not manufactured in Germany before May 1945 and should not be mixed with original Leibermuster garments.
Again:

What is the original Leibermuster-Clothing in the version, that the czechs were
copying after the war.

Do you ever see it??

How do you know whats right or false?

A Duckhunter-jacket with pockets for german Fallschirmjägermesser??

In a Leibermuster-version, that were modified by CSSR??

Were there never this Leibermuster and the czechs told this fairytale about
SS-Clothing because they want to hide the thruth about copying a Duckhunt-
jacket for their military...???
 

Old 06-07-2008, 09:42 AM   #54
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oooooooooh yes now I know the pattern, ahh yes it is the famous CLOWN-pattern jacket worth at least 90 billion euro, extremly rare................

Congratulations to the new owner, he or she did a real catch, I am only dreaming of buying such an ultra rare jacket..............
 

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re,
i see...
so then, it would be reversible parka with a Leibermuster camo side ?
 

Old 06-07-2008, 09:49 AM   #56
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i see...
so then, it would be reversible parka with a Leibermuster camo side ?
At least it looks like a Leiberversion.

These photos make no proof of anything..., i posted them because they are
showing some unusual camos, especially the Skanderberg-photo is extremly
close to the pattern of my friends jacket.
 

Old 06-07-2008, 09:51 AM   #57
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Btw all, I found this camo toilet paper on the net... Could it be SS?
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File Type: jpg toiletpaper-camo.jpg (26.6 KB, 470 views)
 

Old 06-07-2008, 09:56 AM   #58
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Anyone noticed this topic?
http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...d.php?t=292931
 

Old 06-07-2008, 09:57 AM   #59
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Even Zeugmeister thought, it's possible that's a Leiberversion.
You are paranoid. Read the Thread again. Zeugmeister does not agree with you.


Best regards, Fronti
 

Old 06-07-2008, 10:01 AM   #60
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Btw all, I found this camo toilet paper on the net... Could it be SS?
No, it is Leibermuster.
Out of this peaces, the jacket in this topic is made from.


Best regards, Fronti
 
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